Our client is a MEICA based organisation that provides project solutions for the Water & Wastewater Industry and specialises in providing design, construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance services.
Currently, they are building new Water Treatment Plants on the outskirts of London and now require an experienced Logistics Manager - you will be based 4 days a week in Oldbury in the West Midlands and 1 day a week in Rickmansworth.
As the Logistics Manager, you will be required to carry out the following duties: -
Responsibility for managing the Just-In-Time deliveries from the Oldbury storage facility to the construction sites in North West London
Coordination between the London-based site management teams, the storage depot management and the equipment suppliers
Organisation and positioning of the equipment held within the depot to facilitate efficient receipt and dispatch
Maintaining an ongoing record of goods held therein
Carry out quality checks on goods inward and outward, and reporting on non-conformances accordingly
Ensure that the delivered and dispatched goods are compliant with the requirements of the original purchase order and / or subcontract
Goods inward management; supervision of offload, carry out quality checks, complete sign-offs, manage the placement of goods within the depot
Goods outward management; arrangement of lifting as required, arrangement of transport as required, supervision of transport loading, carry out quality checks, complete sign-offs
Tracking, monitoring and recording of all goods in and good out
Ensuring the highest standards of safety and environmental protection are consistently achieved
Ensuring that the that the site team and the project management team are aware of key plant movements
Attendance at project progress meetings as requiredYou will require the following experience and skills: -
Ability to work independently at the storage depot located in the Oldbury area in the West Midlands. There will also be a requirement to travel to the Rickmansworth area in Hertfordshire one day per week
A knowledge of MEICA process plant such that quality checks can be carried out
Ability to communicate effectively with all project stakeholders
Ability to maintain an accurate, auditable record of goods in, goods out and goods held in store - this will require a working knowledge on MS Excel
To apply for this position, candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK without visa restrictions. For more information, please contact Charlie on (phone number removed) or email and quote #18430. Alternatively, you can apply directly by clicking the 'Apply' option and following the instructions
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